Robert M. Price, ed.: Crypt of Cthulhu 100, cover art by Tom Brown, $4.50
Yes, you’ve read it right: one hundred, a landmark number to be reached by any publication, particularly a small-press/fan one. And this issue is representative of what’s made Crypt so popular throughout the years: a blend of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, sometimes serious, and sometimes not-so . . . this issue features: “The Best Solution”, fiction by John L. French; “A Collision of World Views”, non-fiction by John Howard; “The 99 Names of Cthulhu”, non-fiction by Will Murray; and “The Friendship of Louise Imogen Guiney and Sarah Susan Phillips”, non-fiction by Kenneth W. Faig, Jr. Also includes editor Price’s usual editorial, poems by Price and Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., as well as a lengthy “R’lyeh Review”.